BIOGRAPHY

David Harry

CEO, Black Belt Trainer, Process Whisperer Consultants LLC, Greeneville, TN, USA


Dave Harry is a retired U.S. Navy helicopter pilot. He is currently a Black Belt trainer and CEO of Process Whisperer® Consultants LLC in Greeneville, TN. Following a military career, Dave taught Lean Six Sigma “Belt” classes for various companies including the University of Tennessee, Northrop Grumman, TMG, and Rolls-Royce Energy. Dave is currently on the Boards of the Operational Excellence Society, the Project Management Office (PMO) Global Institute, the ASQ Lean Enterprise Division. He has been a recognized LSS Instructor for several organizations. In addition to LSS Black Belt certifications, Dave is a PMI certified PMP® and holds Lean Bronze Certification from SME/Shingo/AME and is a Certified Scrum Master. He is also a Certified Baseline PMO Consultant. Dave is Toyota Kata “Geek” and teaches Toyota Kata classes. Dave holds three master’s degrees in management and is also an ASQ International Team Excellence Awards Judge.

ABSTRACT

Lean Leaders Utilize PMOs for Enterprise Excellence

Lean Leaders use their knowledge of Project Management Offices (PMOs) to achieve enterprise excellence. Lean Leaders typically include the roles of process owners, team leaders, operations managers and project managers (PMs). It is through being responsible for their processes and projects that their companies and organizations accomplish necessary work, and customers are pleased, and profits are made. It is through these successful processes and projects that workers are employed, and organization to grow. Employees are working remotely and reporting project tasks and progress through the PMO. The PMO, if a Program Management Office, is a coordination point for multiple projects that are necessary for customer satisfaction and corporate profits. The PMO looks after employee well-being and may be the point to coordinate resources and hiring. Thus, there are tremendous benefits to using the PMO to achieve organizational excellence and the Lean Leader can leverage these benefits to achieve greater success.Key Takeaway and Benefits of a PMO::•Standardized project management processes•Reduction in the cost of executing projects•Better communication,•Better Governance•More usable Metrics•Better Knowledge Management and Transfer•Enhanced Quality and Efficiencies

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